Today (Sunday): A chilly start with possible early morning frosts in our northern, western and southwestern areas. But with mostly sunny skies and light westerly winds around 5 to 10 mph, morning temperatures soar into and through the 40s, with afternoon highs in the low to mid 60s. Pumpkin or apple picking should be pleasant in the direct afternoon sun. , but in the shade you could reach for the jacket. Confidence: High
This evening: A good night to sit by the fireplace or take a look at the full Hunter’s Moon, with mostly clear skies and temperatures dropping to lows around the 40s to the mid-40s. Saturn should also be fully visible around 8:50 p.m. must be. Confidence: High
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Columbus Day (Monday): Sunny skies hold tight with daily maxima a few degrees higher than today, in the upper 60s to nearly 70s. Winds remain light from the west and northwest. Confidence: Average
Tomorrow evening: Another dry night with mostly clear skies. Not as cool as the previous nights. But it’s still a good idea to keep the fall coats on hand as evening temperatures in the 60s dip back into the 50s, with nighttime lows in the mid to high 40s. Confidence: High
High pressure stays under control Tuesday and Wednesday, even though it gradually drifts eastward off the coast. Both could last 10/10 days as the warming trend continues with mostly sunny skies and peaks in the low to mid 70s. Nighttime temperatures also continue their warming trend, with nighttime lows in the upper 40s to the low 50s. Confidence: medium-high
A strong cold front will arrive on Thursday, with a chance of showers and possibly a thunderstorm. More details to follow as we get closer. In the meantime, enjoy the beautiful weather!